During the months of March and April, Kutik's Honey Farm migrates its operation from New York state because bees don't like cold weather. Small starter hives called nucs are made in our state and sold across the country through their website. Chuck Kutik understands that any mortal who attempts to bend the will of the bee will fail, but over the years, he's mastered the ancient art of beekeeping to produce orange blossom, wildflower, clover, and buckwheat honey. Kutik began moving bee colonies to S.C. in 1980, and what have we gotten out of the deal? The bees he brings help pollinate our vegetable belt.